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eBook Changes in Soviet Policy Towards the West ePub

by Gerhard Wettig

  • ISBN: 0861871588
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Gerhard Wettig
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd. (February 21, 1991)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1824 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1953 kb
  • Other: doc txt lit mobi
  • Rating: 4.3
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Start by marking Changes in Soviet Policy Towards the West as Want to Read . This book is a study on the Soviet foreign policy when the task of renovating the country was placed on the Communist Party of the Soviet Union's (CPSU) political agenda

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With close reference to speeches and publications, this book chronicles the detailed changes in attitude in the Kremlin which have permitted and perhaps been responsible for the very visible and dramatic changes which have occurred in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in 1989-90. The author believes that change has been both premediated and spontaneous. That which was planned arose from the realization that the Soviet Union could not continue as it was, with its Brezhnevite doctrine of "reining in imperialism" which required "offensive defense" and military superiority at an ever-increasing cost. This policy sacrificed economic growth and so threatened the Soviet Union with the standards of a developing country and no means of sustaining the very role it had set out to play. Therefore change and a redeployment of resources have been planned and foreign policy initiatives toward the West are a vital part of the process. The Kremlin's attempts to cope with the necessary changes have not eased the difficulties implied by the transition, however. Problems have intensified, both internally and within the Soviet sphere of influence in Europe. Spontaneous change exacerbates these problems. Based in Cologne in West Germany, the author is in a good position to comment on the Soviet attitude to Europe, German reunification and NATO in the context of continued political relations with the United States and the West.